Augusta Heritage Center Refocuses on Arts, Crafts
The Augusta Heritage Center is known around the world for its many music workshops and jam sessions. But Augusta actually started as a way to keep traditional arts and crafts alive in Randolph County.
“Well, it’s gonna be a rabbit in the end,” Dorothy Steinbrueck said as she was chiseling away on a piece of alabaster stone under a hillside pavilion on the Davis & Elkins College campus earlier this week. She was surrounded by rock chips as she concentrated on the task at hand...
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